On the 12th July 2021, we showcased the results and outputs of the Darwin Initiative project on traditional knowledge in Guyana in an online event ‘Traditional Knowledge for Global Biodiversity and Development Goals‘.
The aim of the event was to show how the approaches taken in the project can help in: 1) assessing the extent to which traditional knowledge is included in national policies; 2) assessing the state of traditional knowledge and identify solutions to safeguard it; and 3) facilitating dialogue between Indigenous peoples and local communities and decision-makers for knowledge sharing.
There were over 300 registrants and 118 participants at the event from across the world and from government, civil society and academic organisations:
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The event can be watched again here.
A policy brief accompanying the event is available in English and Spanish.